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Rolex Datejust Ref. 126334 B+P 41 mm
Recently Rolex has decided to stop the production of the Datejust II 41mm after 10 years. The space this creates in the lineup is taken by the Datejust 41mm. The difference between these 2 models is the case and the movement, the Datejust 41 being slimmer than its DJII predecessor.
Datejust II has the caliber 3136, while Datejust 41 now has the updated caliber 3235 with 70 hours power reserve. After being certified as a Swiss chronometer by the COSC (the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), the timepiece is tested again by Rolex after it has been placed in its case to ensure that it meets Rolex accuracy requirements in daily use, which twice as strict as those for an officially certified chronometer.
But enough about the technical part, nice, but the eye also wants something ..;) This classic was purchased in 2018 and is less than 2 years old. It is therefore still covered by the 5-year Rolex warranty. The grey dial surrounded by white gold bezel and the watch comes on Jubilee bracelet.
And of course, box and papers!
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